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Interview: Photographer Beata Polańska (Poland)

(Beti Root's Ethereal World)


Can you tell us a little about you?

I am a passionate person. I love to create and have contact with art. Everyone can get to know me through the images I create. It's how I create and how I show my world. I am always myself no matter what, whether someone likes it or not, authenticity is the most important thing for me and living in harmony with myself.


How and when did you get into photography? I took up photography many years ago. As I have already mentioned I have many passions, which I boldly pursue because without them I cannot imagine my existence. I have many ideas in my mind...ready-made images that I can paint, draw or photograph. In photography, I paint with light, so it is an extraordinary artistic experience every time I reach for the camera. In photography I combine many of my passions together, so it holds a very important place in my life. I used to spend a lot of time among paints, canvases that I painted and now I combine all this in photography.


What does photography mean to you?

Through the photographs I create, I invite you to a painterly spectacle, a magical dimension, and to empathize with my world...my visions and the meanings and symbols hidden in this, created world. Photography, well it’s my great passion. Not the only one, because I am passionate about many things, so one day for me it is far too little to be able to realize all this. Photography, is the Art of Looking and Feeling into the Farthest Corners of the Soul...Painting the Invisible with Light.


Where do you get inspiration from? I draw inspiration from my imagination. I have an endless number of ideas to create. I love to invent and then realize both in photography and painting or styling design. In addition, contact with art, with images, with music, makes even more of these ideas.


Please briefly describe your photography style for our readers.

Photography I would call my work photo-painting, occupies a special place in my life, because in this field I include painting, which I love so much, theatre, opera music, designing and creating styles, parapsychology and of course the very processing of photos. I used to draw and paint a lot of pictures and I decided to find a way to combine all these interests. I was inspired to express all these forms, colors, emotions and everything I like to do through artistic photography. I followed that thought and I did what I did.I took pictures of it.


Do you think in advance what you want in the picture?

Sometimes yes, I have a specific topic.... idea for the realization of this project and then yes as much as possible..It varies because during the session I can change a lot, modify or add...all a matter of aesthetics and sensitivity as I see something in a given moment.


Studio, on location or both?

I definitely prefer to work outdoors more. I choose unusual places and enjoy working in open spaces because I love contact with Nature.


Would you consider yourself a hobbyist or a paid professional?

I am definitely a great enthusiast and I create because I love to do it and not because I have to for some reason. It's not quantity but quality that counts and here in creating whether it's photography or painting or any other field of creation..I express myself. Each photo without exception I treat individually.


What has been your most memorable session and why?

In my sessions I also use motifs that are already familiar to us in literature and art...Ophelia's motif is just one of my favorites...Ophelia's session in the water is one of my most memorable. I love the vibe and everything around that can be created and shown. But I don't want to spoil the moodiness, let everyone who encounters my paintings let their own point of view and empathize with this world.


Nikon or Canon? Favorite lens?

Definitely Canon.


What is one piece of advice you would like to offer a new photographer looking to start their own business?

First of all, I would say be yourself and don't be afraid to express yourself. Put your heart into what you do and it will be the best job in the world. For me, authenticity is of great importance.


What do you think of our new magazine?

I like the innovation and the way the art, fashion and the people posing are shown. And at the same time, I can see the interesting atmosphere and aesthetics of the works.



Unreal Beauty

Photography: Beti Root's Ethereal World

Model: Michalina Bednarska

Virtuosity

Photography: Beti Root's Ethereal World

Model: Sylwia Smoleń

Spiritual Oblivion

Photography: Beti Root's Ethereal World

Model: Anna Kuboń

Sleeping Spring

Photography: Beti Root's Ethereal World

Model: Aleksandra Noszczyńska

Mua: Dorota Ossowska Make-up Artist

In my World

Photography: Beti Root's Ethereal World

Model: Paulina Eggert

Mua: Dorota Ossowska Make-up Artist

Pose

Photography: Beti Root's Ethereal World

Model: Gabriela Polak

Mua: Angi Makeup

Invisible Muse

Photography: Beti Root's Ethereal World

Model: Lisia Photomodel

Designer: Nika Danielska Design

Mua: Ewelina Łośko - Makeup & Hair

Hair Stylist: Martyna Bryk Hair Stylist

Organizer: Monika Bojsan / Światła i cienie Pałacu w Bożkowie

Heavenly illusion

Photography: Beti Root's Ethereal World

Gleaming for the soul

Photography: Beti Root's Ethereal World

Model: Aleksandra Noszczyńska

Mua: Dorota Ossowska Make-up Artist

Dancing in red

Photography: Beti Root's Ethereal World

Dream of the Muse

Model: Oliwia Styczyńska

Styl: Agnieszka Lorek

Place: foto-team.pl Art photography workshop with Agnieszka Lorek

Etheric Ola

Photography: Beti Root's Ethereal World

Model: Ola Sztama

Mua: Dorota Ossowska Make-up Artist

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